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HTML5Test.com browser scores

The HTML5 Test by Niels Leenheer has been updated to a new version, now with the total of 300 points. Here are the results of the browsers Niels checked, plus new ones as I hear about them:

Browser scores in html5test.com, ordered by score, with test dates (2010)
Browser Score (out of 300) Date tested
Safari Nightly 220
Chrome 6 217
Chrome Nightly 217
Safari 5 208
Chrome 5 197
Firefox 4 Beta 1 189
Mobile Safari 5 (iOS4.0) 185
Firefox Nightly 176
Opera 10.6 159
Firefox 3.6 139
Opera 10.5 129
Safari 4 129
Mobile Safari 4 (iOS3.1.3) 125
IE 9 Preview 4 96
IE 9 Preview 2 32
Safari 3.2 29
Internet Explorer 8 27

Safari and Chrome (being Webkit-based) are neck and neck, Firefox 4 and Opera 10.6 are looking to come out strong, Firefox 3.6 and Opera 10.5 are going ok, and Internet Explorer… well… at least they’re now beating Safari 3.2 :-| Woah, IE9 Preview 4 has actually made impressive progress, bravo!

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Changes #

  1. Added Opera 10.6 Alpha info (the 15th June “beta final candidate” release), which meant I added a ‘tested date’ column to the table, after hearing about it from @phil_interact
  2. Added Firefox 4 beta 1, Mobile Safari 4, and Mobile Safari 5 (yowzer!) after another prompt from @phil_interact (thanks Phil! :)
  3. Changed Opera 10.6 Alpha to Opera 10.6 as both have the same score
  4. Added IE9 Preview 4, thanks to Martin Suchan. Thanks! Great to see IE9 gaining ground.
  5. Added Chrome 6, which sneakily updated itself on me sometime recently. “There’s something different about that reload button… Hey! Where did http:// go!?” ;)